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Students search for loan info online

Students search for loan info online

(CNW) Over the summer, Canada's 21 million Internet users searched for soccer information and details on student loans.

Odd Couple do lunch

Theatre Cambrian will present a lunchtime performance of Neil Simon's female version of The Odd Couple, the first production of the theatre's third annual dinner-theatre series.

Festival films about issues always draw large crowds

Forget the Hollywood stars and directors. Put aside the galas, gossip and giggles. Take your mind off the popcorn and pop culture. If you let it, Cinefest can help you understand the world around us and its many complicated issues.
Red Hat Splash in Greater Sudbury

Red Hat Splash in Greater Sudbury

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN   Jen Gaydos doesn't get embarrassed when she goes out in public in a garish red hat and bright purple dress. The Levack woman says her idiosyncratic apparel gives her self-confidence.

Congratulations to Tim Hortons Scholarship Recipients

Six local students each won scholarships recently in the City of Greater Sudbury.
Rock bands wanted for reality show

Rock bands wanted for reality show

BY JASON THOMPSON As he puts the finishing touches on a pilot for "Get Poked," a reality show filmed in Sudbury's own tattoo parlour, Canadian Red Dragon, owner Laurier Falldien needs a rocking theme song.

Rita Celli glad to be back on the air

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Rita Celli, the new host of Ontario Today on CBC Radio, is a Greater Sudbury girl to the core.
Modest house in original Sudbury costs a

Modest house in original Sudbury costs a fortune

BY LIONEL RUDD  Many place names around our city all have a history of sorts. Early settlers identified their new home with some creativity or a reminder of where they hailed from.

City invites feedback on arts and culture strategy

The City of Greater Sudbury would like to invite citizens to provide feedback on the draft Arts and Culture Strategy and Action Plan.

Theatre Cambrian opens 'odd' production

The audience might notice something odd about Theatre Cambrian's production of The Odd Couple, which runs Sept. 15 and 16 at the Jubilee Centre. Instead of two men in the title roles, director Mark Mannisto has cast two women.